Just six weeks before NAB 2018, Atomos are back with an sweet offer to potential customers with a chance to save big on the Sumo19 and Sumo 19M HDR production monitors. For a limited time only, Atomos are offering the Sumo 19 and Sumo19M (monitor version) at reduced pricing. You can now save $500/€500 on the Sumo19 and the Atomos Sumo19M by $400/€400. If you have been eyeballing the Sumo monitors for some time, now is the best time to pull the trigger as this offer is only available until April 13, 2018, which happens to be the end of NAB 2018.
The Sumo19 is designed for the rigours of daily production and represents the very latest in monitor/recorder technology. It has rugged construction, a large 1200nit high brightness screen and the unique AtomHDR engine that ensures accurate exposure and visualisation for HDR and SDR delivery.
For those, who do not need the recording functionality, the Sumo19M is the more affordable, monitor-only version of the Sumo, which of course, comes with the same great HDR monitoring functions. Interestingly enough, Atomos is assuring potential buyers they won’t be launching replacements for the Sumo19 and 19M at the upcoming NAB convention in Las Vegas in April.
The idea behind this promotion is simply…we want to get more of these superb devices into the hands of as many creative professionals as possible.
Backed by Atomos’ three-year warranty, both of these stunning monitors give users the chance to truly unlock their creativity on set and in the studio.
Atomos Sumo19 / 19M Highlights
- 1920 x 1080 Touchscreen Display
- 10-Bit FRC Monitor Processing
- HDMI 2.0 and 12G-SDI Inputs/Outputs
- 1200 nits Brightness
- HDR Mode with 10-Stop Dynamic Range
- High Bright Mode for Rec. 709 Viewing
- 4K/60p & 1080p/240 fps recording (Sumo19 only)
- 10-Bit 4:2:2 ProRes & DNxHR Encoding (Sumo19 only)
- 12-Bit Raw Recording from Select Cameras (Sumo19 only)
- Records to 2.5″ SSD media (Sumo19 only)
- Promo Pricing:
Update on Switching Functionality
Atomos also go on to say in their latest press release, they are “…working hard to ensure that our switcher and ISO record functionality for the Sumo19 absolutely right.”
The development of this function has apparently taken longer than initially anticipated, however Atomos are happy to announce that the synchronous switching between 4 gen-locked HD sources will be ready in April 2018, with the asynchronous recording being released thereafter. As usual, these updates will be free to all Atomos customers.
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